Thursday, August 27, 2015

Warrenpoint: Always remembered


At least 18 soldiers have been killed in two booby-trap bomb attacks at Warrenpoint, South Down, close to the border with the Irish Republic. 

It is the highest death toll suffered by the British Army in a single incident since it arrived in Northern Ireland to restore order a decade ago.

The IRA are believed to be behind the attack.

It came only hours after the Queen's cousin, Lord Louis Mountbatten, was killed in an IRA bomb attack in Donegal Bay in the Irish Republic.

The day after the bombs went-off, Officers and men from 2 Para paraded at the scene of the blast to pay their respect to their fellow soldiers


Yes, I have written about Warrenpoint before. You can find more here, here and here.

Roll of Honour

"Utrinque paratus"


1 comment:

Northstar96sc said...

Always remembered and thanked